Tour of Uzbekistan

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 01

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 02

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 03

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 04

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 05

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 06

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 07

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 08

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 09

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 10

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 11

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 12

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 13

Tour of Uzbekistan: Tour 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1: Upon your arrival in Tashkent city, will be met by our representative at the airport. Move and check into your hotel and rest for the exciting day. After breakfast you will see the extraordinary architecture of the city of Tashkent. To become part of a history of Uzbekistan in your guided trip and learn more new facts about this country.
Day 2: 8 in the morning Lodge serves breakfast. Morning flight to Urgench. Arrival to Urgench, transfer to hotel in Khiva. The guided tour is anything to Khiva Tour spend a day in the World Heritage site by UNESCO iChat-Qala fortress. Local restaurants are famous for delicious traditional dishes you can try for lunch. Great places and fascinating facts about Uzbekistan are waiting for you on your tour guide. In iChat-Qala fortress tour to visit Mukhammad medresah Amin Khan, Mukhammad Rahimkhan Medresah, Kalt Vogel, pegs, Ark., Juma mosque, palace Toshkhovli, Pakhlavan Makhmud mausoleum, minaret Islom-Hoxha. Leisure in the afternoon. At 08:00 you can have the best dishes for your dinner Uzbekistan. Have a restful sleep in national hotel.
Day 3: At 8:00 in the morning you will get your morning meal. In the morning depart Khiva and Bukhara tour (500 km, 7 hours). On the way stop to see AMU Darya River. To become part of a history of Uzbekistan in your guided trip and learn more new facts about this country. Uzbek restaurants offer delicious dishes for lunch. Tour will be Bukhara in the afternoon. Come and visit the best local restaurant in traditional style to have your dinner at 8 pm. Check in at hotel. Free time. Uzbekistan National hotel offers quiet rooms to stay.
Day 4: eight in the morning Lodge serves breakfast. Is sightseeing tour in Bukhara. Local restaurants are famous for delicious traditional dishes you can try for lunch. Uzbekistan will stick in your mind for a long time. Visit during our tour of Ismail Samani mausoleum, Arc Fortress, Chashma-Ayub, Passes and Minaret Mosque, Madrassah Miri-Arab-Attori Magoki mosque, Ulugbek madrasah and Abdulazizkhan, pro trade, Lyabi Hauz complex, Madrassah Chor-Minor. At 08:00 you can have the best dishes for your dinner Uzbekistan. Have a restful sleep in national hotel.
Day 5: At 8:00 in the morning you will get your morning meal. Go sightseeing tour in Bukhara. Unforgettable holiday in Uzbekistan good memories that you can ever get. Tour will be the summer palace of Bukhara emirs Sitorai-Mokhikhosa, Chor-Bakr and Bakhoutdin Naqshbandi mausoleum. Uzbek restaurants offer delicious dishes for lunch. In free time in Bukhara in the afternoon. Come and visit the best local restaurant in traditional style to have your dinner at 8 pm. Uzbekistan National hotel offers quiet rooms to stay.
Day 6: 8 in the morning Lodge serves breakfast. In the morning depart Bukhara and Samarkand tour through Shakhrisabz. Uzbekistan will stick in your mind for a long time. Stop in Shakhrisabz for sightseeing tours. Local restaurants are famous for delicious traditional dishes you can try for lunch. During the trip you will visit the ruins of Ak-Saray palace, mausoleum of Jakhongir and Omar-Sheikh. In the afternoon continue driving to Samarkand. Arrival to Samarkand, check in at hotel. At 08:00 you can have the best dishes for your dinner Uzbekistan. Free time. Have a restful sleep in national hotel.
Day 7: At 8:00 in the morning you will get your morning meal. Is sightseeing tour in Samarkand. You will visit during the tour Registan Square, ruins of the Bibi-Khanum Mosque, Shakhi-Zinda necropolis, Gur-Emir mausoleum, Ulugbek observatory. Great places and fascinating facts about Uzbekistan are waiting for you on your tour guide. Come and visit the best local restaurant in traditional style to have your dinner at 8 pm. Uzbekistan National hotel offers quiet rooms to stay.
Day 8: 8 in the morning Lodge serves breakfast. Go sightseeing tour in Samarkand. Unforgettable holiday in Uzbekistan good memories that you can ever get. Visiting this museum Afrosiyob tour, the tomb of St. Daniel. Local restaurants are famous for delicious traditional dishes you can try for lunch. Drive to Imam Al Bukhari complex, Muslim pilgrimage (25 km, 30 min). Leisure in the afternoon. At 08:00 you can have the best dishes for your dinner Uzbekistan. Have a restful sleep in national hotel.
Day 9: At 8:00 in the morning you will get your morning meal. In the morning depart Samarkand and drive to Tashkent. To become part of a history of Uzbekistan in your guided trip and learn more new facts about this country. Arrival to Tashkent, check in at hotel. Uzbek restaurants offer delicious dishes for lunch. The tour includes a visit to the center of Tashkent, Amir Temur Square, Independence Square, the old city of Tashkent in Khas-Imom complex and Chor-Su bazaar, Applied Arts Museum. Come and visit the best local restaurant in traditional style to have your dinner at 8 pm. Uzbekistan National hotel offers quiet rooms to stay.
Day 10: In the morning you will see the hotel and have a guided shuttle to the airport.
 


However, the process of forced collectivization, and continued to 1939 in the public sector has been included 99.5% of farmer households in Uzbekistan. Large-scale social production has become virtually the only form of organization 'of agriculture.
      Thus, the use of force imposition of communist agrarian system is seriously undermined the rural economy of Uzbekistan. Due 1ubitelnyh Bolshevik experiments were destroyed by the economic ties between urban and rural areas, the yield fell, dropped livestock development was a forced monoculture cotton.
      As a result, oriented to the interests of the empire of industrialization, collectivization detrimental to farmer, Uzbekistan became a major commodity area, the largest manufacturer and distributor of agricultural and mineral raw materials for the industrial regions of the former Soviet Union. He supplied the cotton, raw silk, products of vegetable growing, viticulture, sulfur, ozokerite, certain metals.
      Three. Cultural life in the period 20-30s .. The policy of repression
      Features of the socio-political and economic life have left their mark on his spiritual realm. Cultural policy was aimed at the total approval of the communist ideology, the gap between historical roots of the national soil. It was based on a class approach and was accompanied by massive Russification of the indigenous population.

 
      The process of collectivization was accompanied by widespread violations of law 1rub. It happened that the instructors of the collectivization of the meetings in the villages threatened not entered into the collective farms to deprive them of water to the worst land, take off the supply of manufactured goods, impose an increased naloshm and even evict the outside of the village, region, Uzbekistan. As a result of the collectivization of violence in some areas has been completed for several weeks. Collective farmer became powerless man, a kind of "fortress," he was, in fact, deprived not only property but also became totally dependent on the state (farmers at that time did not even have passports).
      Conduct of collectivization was accompanied by dispossession, ie forcible seizure of a strong farm classified as kulaks, property and buildings. Cannibalization, deployed in Uzbekistan since February 1930, accompanied by gross violations of human rights. The basis for the definition of kulak households were the lists of wealthy farmers, agricultural tax levied individually. These lists are compiled by financial orgaE1ami and often expanded at the expense of middle and poor. As a result, only in 1930 in Uzbekistan has been abolished in 2648 the so-called kulak farms bey. All this led to uncertainty and anxiety among farmers. A significant number of dispossessed people were relocated outside of Uzbekistan, mainly in Siberia and the Ukraine. Many were subjected to repression, directed to the camp. Some fled, leaving the '-' howl to their own farms, slaughtered and sold cattle. Number of cattle in Uzbekistan in 1930 decreased by more than 60,000.




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